The fastest-growing category of portable computer is the tablet, which in 2011 accounted for some 15 percent of the market. A fiercely competitive market has developed, as Apple's competitors queue up to try and topple the iPad from its dominant position and gain traction in the developing BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) IT landscape.
Articles about Tablets
Samsung has launched a tough tablet designed for enterprise customer field fleets.
With iPhone 6 Plus supplies remaining the main priority for now, don't expect to see a 12.9 inch iPad this year.
The Android developer may be inching closer to its own-brew phablet, according to sources. But where does Motorola and HTC fit into this?
Three new Lenovo tablets land with (depending on your choice) Windows and Android. The Yoga Tablet 2 Pro also has an in-built pico-projector.
Microsoft's latest public compatibility commitments regarding the Surface Pro tablet line refute new rumors that the company is planning to discontinue completely its Surface products.
Tech Pro Research's survey on tablet usage revealed that only 5 percent of companies specifically prohibit tablet use.
Mobile tech is having a profound impact on society, perhaps none so great as opening up a vast pool of knowledge to the current generation.
The FCC has fined the Marriott hotel chain $600,000 for forcing guests to use the expensive hotel wi-fi network.
This week's Android news included tips for running nearly any Android app on Chrome OS. Also, Google dropped a hint about the name for the next version of Android, and the Nexus 6 was spotted in the wild.
Out of the thousands on offer to make your life easier, here is a roundup of the most essential Android applications for students.
Chip makers are racing to complete new technology with 3-D transistors to meet demand for mobile devices that are faster and more efficient.
Apple needs to jump start demand for its iPad line. It's unclear whether a gold option and ultimately a 12.9-inch tablet will do the trick.
Since getting the bigger iPhone, the Kindle Fire HDX has been gathering dust.
Microsoft will open up its first public preview build of the next version of Windows client on October 1. Here's what you need to know about Windows 10.
Microsoft is building, testing and updating Windows in a very different way, starting with Windows Threshold. In many ways, those changes matter more than the new bits themselves.